An Airport for Aliens is genuine comedy writing treat with some of the best characters since Lucasarts’ greats. But how does the genre play in an open world format?
Cosmic Top Secret is a game about secrets, the question then becomes whether the truth is worth knowing.
Can this utter madness prove to be a good time?
The clicker genre goes all over the place: will clicking to destroy various vehicles provide a fun distraction?
Can viewing the world from a baby's perspective lend this creepy tile some extra weight?
Is a strong narrative enough to make up for the lack of 'traditional' gameplay?
Will this college life-based visual novel have you partying wildly, or putting it to bed before the night begins?
Multiplayer physics + food = a big mess, or deliciously good time?
I just... there are no words to accurately sum anything about this title up in this little blurb.
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